Updated: March 31, 2020 at 2:00 PM
Event and Meeting Cancellations
Due to the uncertainty of when City facilities will reopen, the Spring 2020 Enrichment Season is being cancelled and registration for the Summer 2020 Enrichment Season is being postponed. Once a plan is made for reopening, staff will review program offerings and determine which programs will open for full registration, which will have an abbreviated schedule, and which will be cancelled. More information about Parks, Recreation, and Community Services events cancellations can be found on the Parks, Recreation, and Community Services webpage.
Previously closed, the Culver City Farmers Market reopened on March 31, 2020. More information can be found at the Culver City Farmer’s Market webpage.
City Facility Closures
- All sports and recreation areas closed until further notice. This includes, but is not limited to:
- fitness (parcourse) equipment areas,
- basketball courts,
- baseball/soccer/multi-use fields,
- handball courts, and
- tennis/paddle tennis courts.
- The Boneyard dog park
- Parks remain open as outdoor-only facilities from dawn to dusk.
- Park Restrooms remain available from 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM (or later, depending on the park)
- No group gatherings of any size at outdoor-only facilities.
- Social distancing is required (maintain a minimum of 6 feet between you and others).
- The Culver City Skate Park and Culver City Municipal Plunge (pool) are closed until further notice.
- Park buildings and indoor facilities are closed to the public including indoor gymnasiums, computer labs, multi-purpose rooms and classrooms
- All programming is temporarily suspended, including recreational activities, sports leagues, aquatics classes, instructional courses, and group sessions.
- All events and rentals are canceled. New reservations are suspended.
- In-person services at City Hall, the Veterans Memorial Complex, and the Transportation Building will not be available through April 19, 2020. The City is open for business via telephone, email, or online. Please call the relevant City Department for information on how to obtain services via telephone, email, or online. The City is currently evaluating how it can continue to provide in-person services at City Hall while also encouraging social distancing to slow the spread of COVID-19.
- The Culver City Senior Center is closed until further notice. For more information about options for senior meals and social services, visit the Parks, Recreation, and Community Services webpage for updated information.
- Police Department Front Lobby and Records Department - closed to the public until further notice. If you need to file a police report, need a vehicle released or have any other general non-emergency police business, please call the front desk at 310-253-6208. If you need a copy of a police report of have other Records related business, please call the Records Section at 310-253-6119. Please visit CCPD’s website for further information.
Culver CityBus Temporary Service Changes
Beginning Monday, March 30, 2020, and until further notice, Culver CityBus service is as follows:
- Weekday service:
- Line 1, 3, and 4 will use Saturday service schedules
- Line 2 will reduce full day service to peak hours only
- Line 6 Local will use Saturday Line 6 service with additional trips during peak hours
- Line 7 will use existing regular Line 7 service
- Discontinued service is as follows:
- Line 5 and Rapid 6 service is discontinued temporarily
- Saturday and Sunday service on all remaining lines will continue as is.
The most updated information about Culver CityBus Service can be found on the new app, Next CCBus. Any future reduction or change in service will be updated real-time in the app.
Dial-A-Ride Paratransit Limited Service
Dial-A-Ride Paratransit is limiting services to only medical appointments and grocery pick up until further notice.
Culver City Unified School District Schools
Culver City Unified School District will continue its school closure through May 5, 2020. For more information, please visit CCUSD’s webpage. In alignment with the CCUSD school closure, the Culver City After School Programs will be closed through May 5, 2020.
Culver City Julian Dixon Library
All Los Angeles City and County Library locations, including Culver City Julian Dixon branch library, will be closed through April 19, 2020. For more information, visit the Los Angeles County Library webpage.
Houses of Worship
Houses of worship are urged in the strongest terms to limit large gatherings on their premises and to explore and implement ways to practice social distancing.
Culver City Stairs and Baldwin Hills Overlook Parking Closures
In an effort to enforce social distancing measures, the California Department of Parks and Recreation has ordered the closure of parking lots at the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook until further notice. The closure includes the parking lot at the top of Hetzler Road, as well as the parking lot on Jefferson Boulevard. In support of the State's preventative measure, the City of Culver City has also closed adjacent street parking on Jefferson Boulevard. The City urges you to avoid the Culver City Stairs and State Park until further notice, to avoid close proximity to others, and to comply with the required social distancing of 6-feet between persons.
On March 20, 2020, the City Manager issued a supplemental Public Order calling on residents of the City to stay in their homese and limit all activities outside of their homes beyond what is absolutely necessary for essential tasks. All indoor malls, shopping centers, and nonessential retail businesses have been ordered to close. Visit the "Safer at Home" Frequently Asked Questions page for for information.
In coordination with the City of Los Angeles and other West Los Angeles City Managers (Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Malibu), the City Manager of the City of Culver City, as the Director of Emergency Services, has issued the following Public Order:
Effective 11:59 PM, March 16, 2020, the following establishments within the City of Culver City will be temporarily closed to the public:
- Bars, lounges and nightclubs that do not serve food;
- Movie theaters and live performance venues;
- Bowling alleys and arcades; and,
- Gyms and fitness centers, and art, dance, music studios, cultural venues and facilities, and indoor recreational facilities and uses (except as noted below).
The following restrictions will also apply:
- All restaurants (or bars, lounges or nightclubs that serve food) are prohibited from serving food to dine-in customers, but may continue to offer food via delivery, takeout, or drive-through. Dine-in food service is prohibited.
- For those establishments offering food pick-up options, proprietors must establish social distancing practices for those patrons in the queue for pick-up (minimum 6 foot distance between patrons).
These restrictions do not apply to:
- Grocery stores––there is no shortage of food or interruption of our food supply
- Cafeterias within hospitals, nursing homes and similar facilities
- Food banks
The restrictions will be effective through April 19, 2020, unless they are extended.